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The idea behind MEC is to bring data centers closer to consumers so that when they use their smartphones, data has less distance to travel and applications perform better with low latency. At present, data from smartphones travels to a base station, then to a mobile switching center and on to the internet network and data centers before going back.
A study investigating the effects of anatomy on EABR reported that wave eIII and eV latencies were significantly affected by the stimulated region, and mean latency levels of wave eV showed an increase of 0.43 msec from the apex to the basal in all electrodes (18).
Zero Latency -- a company that develops warehouse scale, free-roam, multiplayer VR gaming -- is available now at its new arena in the Salma Center, Riyadh.
The other major challenge for IP is latency. Viewers expect a consistent low-latency experience and when they change channels, they don't expect to have to wait for a stream to buffer.
High latency is a problem for performance-critical networks in applications such as high-performance computing (HPC), data center interconnect, machine learning, financial trading and others.
The latency and amplitude of wave components (P1, N1, and P2) of ALLR were analyzed offline.
Correlation between APB LLR latency and amplitude with arm length and BMI was calculated as shown in Tables 2 and 3 and Figures 2-5.
Median motor distal latency (mMDL) was measured from the stimulus onset to the initial CMAP response.
As latency catastrophes silently emerge, insurance carriers face a dual problem: understanding how and when scientific theory reaches a tipping point giving rise to lawsuits, and then dealing with questions of coverage triggers and allocation of claims under occurrence liability policies.
Results: The highest sensitivities were found in the median sensory conduction velocity across the palm-wrist (88%), and digit I-wrist segments (80%), median motor distal latency over the APB (77%), and L-I study (76%).
This puts intense pressure on financial institutions and HFT environments to process transactions at high rates of speed with low latency and jitter.